Impaired capsaicin-induced relaxation in diabetic mesenteric arteries.

  title={Impaired capsaicin-induced relaxation in diabetic mesenteric arteries.},
  author={Yuanyuan Zhang and Qiang Chen and Zewei Sun and Jie Han and Li-hong Wang and Liangrong Zheng},
  journal={Journal of diabetes and its complications},
  volume={29 6},

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